verb (used with object), kib·bled, kib·bling.
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Whether they’ve knocked over their food bowl and left your kitchen floor awash with kibble, or they’ve left a trail of fluff, fur, and hair on every sofa, bed, and chair in the house, pets need a lot of cleaning up after.Best Dyson vacuum: Cleaners that really suck (In all the best ways!)|Charlotte Marcus|March 12, 2021|Popular Science
These can be as simple as a round plastic plate with kibble dispersed between a set of ridges that have to be navigated, or as complex as the suite of puzzles developed by Swedish entrepreneur Nina Ottosson.How Science is Revolutionizing the World of Dog Training|Winston Ross|August 25, 2020|Time
UNDERWOOD: Clairhuhhh, if this goes like I think it will, those cats will have more kibble than they know what to do with.Frank Underwood Will Not Tolerate Insubordination in This Olive Garden|Kelly Williams Brown|February 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Almost at the same moment the kibble appeared flying upwards.Deep Down, a Tale of the Cornish Mines|R.M. Ballantyne
Mr Kibble had staggered up, with his lower jaw dropped, catching Potterson by the shoulder, and pointing to the half-door.Our Mutual Friend|Charles Dickens
Could not I run down to Grasmere for a week, with Kibble to take care of me, and see dear grandmother?
Besides, Lady Maulevrier objected before to the idea of your travelling alone with Kibble.
Kibble, the faithful Grasmere girl, sat by the divan, fanning the sufferer with a large Japanese fan.